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MamaPop Recommends: Amanda's Picks For June

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440222680_c467726c03_mRecommended Book:
Michael Chabon, The Yiddish Policemen's Union. Why, yes, this is the same book I recommended last month! Thing is, it's so good that I'm stretching out the experience for as long as possible. I have only two hundred pages left, and I'm a little bummed about that. It's a wonderful book, and Chabon again succeeds in making me care about something I wouldn't think I'd care about.

Recommended Album:
Wilco, Sky Blue Sky. An excellent album of mellow songs that seem perfect for summer.

Recommended Television Program:
Kathie Griffin: My Life on the D-List. It's consistently funny and interesting; I only wish the seasons were longer.

Recommended Movie:
Fever Pitch. This has been on cable a lot lately, and it's become one of my favorite romantic comedies. Drew Barrymore is at her least annoying, and Jimmy Fallon is charming as hell. The fact that the Red Sox won the World Series that year and the directors were able to incorporate it into the story is icing on the cake.

Recommended Other Random Thing: 
The Bella Band. This thing is a treasured wardrobe staple right now.







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Comments

joy

i definitely need to get that book for my husband, and i know what you mean about Fever Pitch--who knew Jimmie could act??!

boutros

I just bought this book today, after picking it up and putting it down about sixty times over the past month. Looking forward to it!




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